To stink or not to (s) think

Biomass energy: plants and animals could help us get this.

Organic materials can be converted into biogas, consisting of mostly methane and carbon dioxide. This contribute to green house gases which are positive considering global warming and climate change. Besides this, biomass is renewable and doesn’t mean depletion of natural resources.

Biomass converts waste into fuel and can be produced on a minimum cost.

But at the other hand, if not done in a controlled way, biomass could result in deforestation and other environmental problems. In order to make biomass efficient, large areas of land are needed, which could otherwise be used for other purposes. The methane gases produced by biomass are harmful for the o-zone layer. Besides, imagine the smell (before processing)…or maybe it would be better not to think about it.

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *